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George Washington - Guardian Supervisor (ESTJ) Mother Teresa - Guardian Protector (ISFJ) Albert Einstein - Rational Architect (INTP) Margaret Thatcher - Rational Fieldmarshal (ENTJ) Mikhail Gorbachev - Idealist Teacher (ENFJ) Eleanor Roosevelt - Idealist Counselor (INFJ) Elvis Presley - Artisan Performer (ESFP) Jacqueline Onasis - Artisan Composer (ISFP) Dolley Madison - Guardian Provider (ESFJ) Queen Victoria - Guardian Inspector (ISTJ) Walt Disney - Rational Inventor (ENTP) Dwight David Eisenhower - Rational Mastermind (INTJ) Thomas Paine - Idealist Champion (ENFP) Princess Diana - Idealist Healer (INFP) Charles Lindberg - Artisan Crafter (ISTP) George S. Patton - Artisan Promoter (ESTP)
Personality Test

Knowing your temperament helps in your search for a career or job, but it only serves as a guide, rather than giving you any fixed answer. Think of temperament as analogous to "culture" in terms of influence. If you are of certain culture, then you will tend to feel most comfortable in your culture, and you can operate well in that culture. But that does not mean that you cannot be happy and prosperous living in a culture that isn't your original culture. The same is true with your career or job, you can find happiness and satisfication in many careers or jobs that are not "natural" ones for one's temperament. On the other hand, if you aren't happy or you don't think you are as effective as you could be in your current situation, then it would be useful in examining the match between your temperament and your current job or career.

If you practice something, you get better at it. If you practice a lot, then you get very good at it. No practice, you lose it. Use it or lose it. People, if given a chance, will practice what interests them. If one gets good at something, one is more likely to be interested in doing it. Each temperament has their natural interests, if everything else is equal they naturally graviate towards them.

Observe the famous people that you admire and what temperament they are: notice with how they used their talents and temperament in the world stage.

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